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Friendable Inc. (FDBL) Future Growth Initiatives to Include VIP Backstage Performances, Metaverse Land, and More

  • Friendable continues to show positive growth with key metrics reporting for press, social media, and overall engagement
  • Estimated media value of all initiatives over the last nine months amounted to $1.1 million
  • The outcome of the metrics has provided the credibility needed for the company to take the next step in their artist offering by providing VIP backstage performances, Metaverse Land opportunities and other features

Friendable (OTC: FDBL), a mobile technology and marketing company, has monitored the initial trends of its brand messaging, awareness, and social media campaigns for the last nine months and is pleased to announce the results as the company begins preparing new initiatives based on its continued growth and marketing opportunities. The results of Friendable’s efforts have provided a strong foundational element of credibility that is only fostered through time, positive reviews, and the success stories of its artists, which the company continues to receive. 

“Our team’s focus and determination to turn out the best possible products, services, and independent music artist solutions in general, is truly inspiring, taking creativity and initiatives for these next phases of growth to a new level,” Friendable CEO Robert A. Rositano Jr. said (https://ibn.fm/W8OZz). “This said, our focus continues to be on our artists, which means everything from music distribution services to merch creation, sales, live events, and even our collaboration services are being constantly upgraded and refined.”

Spanning September 2021 through May 2022, the reported key metrics are provided from media partner reporting data and include press campaign metrics, press placements, and the following social media recaps for Fan Pass Live and Artist Republik:

Social Media Recap – Fan Pass Live

  • Comprehensive Follower Growth +1,794
  • Total Engagements +77,802
  • Total Posts Published +668
  • Total Impressions +3.9 million

Social Media Recap – Artist Republik (from 01-05-2022)

  • Comprehensive Follower Growth +30
  • Total Engagements +16,175
  • Total Posts Published +184
  • Total Impressions +416.5k

Additional key metrics to take note of for Friendable’s 360-degree platform offering for independent artists include:

  • $1.1 million estimated media value of all results
  • 93.9k total social engagements
  • 116.8 million impressions
  • 852 posts published
  • 1,824 new followers

The above metrics set a solid foundation as the company moves forward with the next phase of expansion, exposure, and service offerings. Friendable is diligently moving toward additional offerings, including VIP backstage streaming, Metaverse Land, and more.

Rositano Jr. further explained that with all that the company has accomplished thus far, it is still only beginning, and will soon start providing new services for live and behind-the-scenes content. “These experiences will become an additional offering for artists and their fans, all made possible by the Fan Pass Live team. Additionally, Metaverse real estate must be acquired to extend and launch artist careers right from Metaverse performance arenas and locations, of which we also plan to acquire, build, and operate with strong partners in the space,” Rositano Jr. added.

Friendable’s flagship offering Fan Pass Live artist platform was released in July 2020, providing a virtual stage for independent artists to continue doing what they love minus big label control and restraints placed on the industry due to the global pandemic. At the start of 2022, the company announced the acquisition of Artist Republik and FeaturedX, bringing the platform 360 – offering artists the opportunity to create, produce, distribute, and market their sound. The company continues to build its offering for artists, creating the ultimate “anti-label” platform and returning more revenue to the artist.

For more information, visit the company’s websites at www.Friendable.com or www.FanPassLive.com.

NOTE TO INVESTORS: The latest news and updates relating to FDBL are available in the company’s newsroom at http://ibn.fm/FDBL

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